Join the Health Care Revolution
Doxa Academy in Melbourne, Florida is currently accepting applications for health care programs. If you would like to enroll in a course, please take time to read and understand the admission requirements and application process on this page.
The programs are open to all persons who meet the following requirements:
1. Applicants must present evidence of a high school diploma or GED.
2. Applicants who do not have a high school diploma, high school certification or GED and are 18 years of age or older must demonstrate the ability to learn from the program of instruction. Applicants must pass the TABE Basic Skills Exit Requirements: Reading 10, Math 10, and Language 10.
3.Provide evidence of good physical and mental health (through evidence of a physical performed by a licensed health care provider).
4.Provide evidence of meeting immunization requirements by providing a negative urine drug screening, evidence that the applicant is free of active tuberculosis, and has immunizations for measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella.
5.Provide evidence of Florida Department of Law Enforcement Level 2 Background Check and Drug Screen.
Kindly provide proof of current certification by the American Heart Association or American Red Cross Affiliated Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) card with Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Providers
Pursuant to Section 456.0635, Florida Statutes, you are being notified that effective July 1, 2009, health care boards or the department shall refuse to issue a license, certificate, or registration and shall refuse to admit a candidate for examination if the applicant has been:
1.Convicted or pled guilty or nolo contendre to a felony violation regardless of adjudication of: chapters 409, 817, or 893, Florida Statutes; or 21 U.S.C. ss. 801-970 or 42 U.S.C. ss 1395-1396, unless the sentence and any probation or pleas ended more than 15 years prior to the application.
2.Terminated for cause from Florida Medicaid Program (unless the applicant has been in good standing for the most recent 5 years).
3.Terminated for cause by any other State Medicaid Program or the Medicare Program (unless the termination was at least 20 years prior to the date of the application and the applicant has been in good standing with the program for the most recent 5 years).
The application for admissions process is as follows:
1.Complete an admissions application.
2.Complete a personal interview with an admissions representative.
3.Tour the school facilities with an admissions representative.
4.When necessary, take a TABE Basic Skills Exit.
5.Receive and read all required pre-enrollment disclosures.
• School Catalog with the Program Outline
• Drug-Free School Disclosure
• Read the Enrollment Agreement
• Make financial arrangement to cover tuition and fees
Upon completion of the application process, the school will consider the prospective student’s application in totality. Once accepted, the applicant will be responsible for arrangements for tuition payments, signing the Enrollment Agreement, and paying for the criminal background check and registration fees.
Once the Enrollment Agreement has been signed and courses have been determined, the student will be required to attend a comprehensive orientation held prior to the first day of class. Prospective students who were denied admission, and would like to view their file, may submit a written request.
Access to view the file will be granted within 24-48 hours of the request.
Applications for admissions are accepted on a continuous basis and should be received by the admissions office prior to the start of classes. If you are a transfer student and wish to transfer in credits earned from other institutions you must submit an official transcripts directly to the office of the Registrar. You will be notified of acceptance to the academy through written correspondence. An official acceptance will be conditional upon successful submission of the above-required documents. Please fill out the form below.